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  • Army Chief Bipin Rawat's Comment "Not Political Or Religious", Say Sources Amid Row

    Army Chief Bipin Rawat's Comment "Not Political Or Religious", Say Sources Amid Row

    Army Chief General Bipin Rawat's comments on the rise of a political party that champions the cause of Muslims in the northeast have set up a controversy. At a seminar on Wednesday, General Rawat also warned against the influx of people from Bangladesh, calling it proxy war by Pakistan with help from China.

  • Chinese Fighter Jets In Exercises In Tibet, Beijing Releases Pictures

    Chinese Fighter Jets In Exercises In Tibet, Beijing Releases Pictures

    China's official military website has posted four high resolution images of Chinese military aircraft involved in military training activities over the Tibetan plateau. In an article, Global Times, a mouthpiece for the government in Beijing, said "China is upgrading its Western Theater Command in order to confront any threat from India."

  • Army Foils Intrusion Bid By Pak's Border Action Team In Jammu and Kashmir

    Army Foils Intrusion Bid By Pak's Border Action Team In Jammu and Kashmir

    An armed intruder, suspected to be a member of Pakistan's Border Action Team or BAT, has been killed and two others injured as they tried to slip across the Line of Control under cover fire from the Pakistan Army in Jammu and Kashmir. The infiltration attempt was made on Sunday evening at Gulpur, near Poonch in south Kashmir, the army said today.

  • Rs 15,935-Crore Plan To Buy Guns For Military Cleared By Government

    Rs 15,935-Crore Plan To Buy Guns For Military Cleared By Government

    A plan to procure some much-needed fire-power for the armed forces, expected to cost Rs 15,935 crore, was cleared by a top government committee, chaired by defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman, today. The list includes light machine guns, assault rifles and sniper rifles, the government said.

  • Encounter At Jammu Army Camp Over, 4 Jaish Terrorists Killed: 10 Updates

    Encounter At Jammu Army Camp Over, 4 Jaish Terrorists Killed: 10 Updates

    More than 36 hours after it started, the encounter at Jammu's Sunjuwan Army camp got over. Four terrorists of Jaish-e Mohammad, who had launched the pre-dawn attack on the camp on Saturday, have been killed, army sources said. Before they died, the terrorists had gunned down five soldiers and a civilian. Ten people were injured. The attack was one ...

  • Not Just BJP, Congress Too Refused To Share Defence Deal Details

    Not Just BJP, Congress Too Refused To Share Defence Deal Details

    As Congress president Rahul Gandhi kept up his attacks on the government for refusing to table details of the Rs 58,000-crore Rafale fighter aircraft deal, the Defence Ministry today defended its decision to maintain confidentiality and accused the Congress of attempting to "twist facts".

  • 'If I Had Another Son...': Mother Of Army Captain Killed In Pakistan Firing

    'If I Had Another Son...': Mother Of Army Captain Killed In Pakistan Firing

    Captain Kapil Kundu, one of the four soldiers killed in Pakistani shelling last evening, was just six days short of his 23rd birthday. His Facebook page intro speaks volumes about his incredible spirit: "Life should be big instead of being long..."

  • US Air Force Chief Flies In 'Made-In-India' Tejas Aircraft In Jodhpur

    US Air Force Chief Flies In 'Made-In-India' Tejas Aircraft In Jodhpur

    General David L Goldfein, Chief of Staff of US Air Force flew in India's indigenous light combat aircraft, the Tejas, this morning, in a special flight that took off from the Jodhpur Air Force Station, signalling the soaring ties between the two air forces.

  • Air Force Officer Accused Of Leaking Information On WhatsApp, Detained

    Air Force Officer Accused Of Leaking Information On WhatsApp, Detained

    A senior Indian Air Force officer has been taken into custody after he was accused of passing on classified information to a woman he had reportedly befriended on Facebook. Sources told NDTV that the woman was likely to have been a spy who appeared to have honey-trapped the Group Captain-rank officer, who was based at the Air Force Headquarters in ...

  • Third Made-In-India Hunter-Killer Submarine Set To Join Navy

    Third Made-In-India Hunter-Killer Submarine Set To Join Navy

    Marking a generational shift in submarine operations, the Indian Navy launched the third Scorpene class submarine, Karanj, at the Mazagaon dock in Mumbai on Wednesday. Navy Chief Admrial Sunil Lanba was the chief guest in the event at Mazagon Dock.

  • "Fired In Desperate Situation": Army Sources On Death Of 2 Men In Kashmir

    "Fired In Desperate Situation": Army Sources On Death Of 2 Men In Kashmir

    Army sources today said that its soldiers, charged with murder over the death of two civilians in firing on protesters at a village in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian, "opened fire in a desperate situation". A crowd of protesters injured a soldier with stones and "threatened to burn" him, the Army sources said amid a massive political row between the s...

  • Air Show, Women Daredevils Watched By 10 World Leaders On Republic Day

    Air Show, Women Daredevils Watched By 10 World Leaders On Republic Day

    India celebrated its 69th Republic Day today with a record 10 heads of state, from ASEAN or the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, watching the grand parade with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Rajpath, the ceremonial road in the heart of Delhi. The leaders, sporting crimson Indian scarves, sat on a 100-foot stage enclosed by bullet-proof glas...

  • NDTV Exclusive: Reopen Files On IAF's 1971 Attack On Pak Airbase, Say 2 Military Legends

    NDTV Exclusive: Reopen Files On IAF's 1971 Attack On Pak Airbase, Say 2 Military Legends

    After new details emerged of one of the most successful ground attack missions in the history of the Indian Air Force, two distinguished veterans, both legends in their own right, believe that the Air Headquarters needs to re-open its file on the IAF strike mission to Murid in Pakistan during the 1971 war and credit some of the pilots who have neve...

  • Exclusive Details Of How Air Force Raided A Pak Air Base, Destroyed 5 Jets

    Exclusive Details Of How Air Force Raided A Pak Air Base, Destroyed 5 Jets

    On December 8, 1971, four young Indian fighter pilots scything their way through enemy airspace were greeted by a sight almost too good to be true - several Pakistan Air Force (PAF) transports and fighter jets were out in the open at Murid airbase which they had been tasked to attack. The PAF had been caught off-guard and Squadron Leader RN Bharad...

  • Full-Fledged Chinese Military Complex In Doklam, Show Satellite Pics

    Full-Fledged Chinese Military Complex In Doklam, Show Satellite Pics

    A massive, full-fledged Chinese military complex is being built within Doklam, show new satellite images five months after India and China ended a 70-day standoff in the region that lies to the east of Sikkim.

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  • Army Chief Bipin Rawat's Comment "Not Political Or Religious", Say Sources Amid Row

    Army Chief Bipin Rawat's Comment "Not Political Or Religious", Say Sources Amid Row

    Army Chief General Bipin Rawat's comments on the rise of a political party that champions the cause of Muslims in the northeast have set up a controversy. At a seminar on Wednesday, General Rawat also warned against the influx of people from Bangladesh, calling it proxy war by Pakistan with help from China.

  • Chinese Fighter Jets In Exercises In Tibet, Beijing Releases Pictures

    Chinese Fighter Jets In Exercises In Tibet, Beijing Releases Pictures

    China's official military website has posted four high resolution images of Chinese military aircraft involved in military training activities over the Tibetan plateau. In an article, Global Times, a mouthpiece for the government in Beijing, said "China is upgrading its Western Theater Command in order to confront any threat from India."

  • Army Foils Intrusion Bid By Pak's Border Action Team In Jammu and Kashmir

    Army Foils Intrusion Bid By Pak's Border Action Team In Jammu and Kashmir

    An armed intruder, suspected to be a member of Pakistan's Border Action Team or BAT, has been killed and two others injured as they tried to slip across the Line of Control under cover fire from the Pakistan Army in Jammu and Kashmir. The infiltration attempt was made on Sunday evening at Gulpur, near Poonch in south Kashmir, the army said today.

  • Rs 15,935-Crore Plan To Buy Guns For Military Cleared By Government

    Rs 15,935-Crore Plan To Buy Guns For Military Cleared By Government

    A plan to procure some much-needed fire-power for the armed forces, expected to cost Rs 15,935 crore, was cleared by a top government committee, chaired by defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman, today. The list includes light machine guns, assault rifles and sniper rifles, the government said.

  • Encounter At Jammu Army Camp Over, 4 Jaish Terrorists Killed: 10 Updates

    Encounter At Jammu Army Camp Over, 4 Jaish Terrorists Killed: 10 Updates

    More than 36 hours after it started, the encounter at Jammu's Sunjuwan Army camp got over. Four terrorists of Jaish-e Mohammad, who had launched the pre-dawn attack on the camp on Saturday, have been killed, army sources said. Before they died, the terrorists had gunned down five soldiers and a civilian. Ten people were injured. The attack was one ...

  • Not Just BJP, Congress Too Refused To Share Defence Deal Details

    Not Just BJP, Congress Too Refused To Share Defence Deal Details

    As Congress president Rahul Gandhi kept up his attacks on the government for refusing to table details of the Rs 58,000-crore Rafale fighter aircraft deal, the Defence Ministry today defended its decision to maintain confidentiality and accused the Congress of attempting to "twist facts".

  • 'If I Had Another Son...': Mother Of Army Captain Killed In Pakistan Firing

    'If I Had Another Son...': Mother Of Army Captain Killed In Pakistan Firing

    Captain Kapil Kundu, one of the four soldiers killed in Pakistani shelling last evening, was just six days short of his 23rd birthday. His Facebook page intro speaks volumes about his incredible spirit: "Life should be big instead of being long..."

  • US Air Force Chief Flies In 'Made-In-India' Tejas Aircraft In Jodhpur

    US Air Force Chief Flies In 'Made-In-India' Tejas Aircraft In Jodhpur

    General David L Goldfein, Chief of Staff of US Air Force flew in India's indigenous light combat aircraft, the Tejas, this morning, in a special flight that took off from the Jodhpur Air Force Station, signalling the soaring ties between the two air forces.

  • Air Force Officer Accused Of Leaking Information On WhatsApp, Detained

    Air Force Officer Accused Of Leaking Information On WhatsApp, Detained

    A senior Indian Air Force officer has been taken into custody after he was accused of passing on classified information to a woman he had reportedly befriended on Facebook. Sources told NDTV that the woman was likely to have been a spy who appeared to have honey-trapped the Group Captain-rank officer, who was based at the Air Force Headquarters in ...

  • Third Made-In-India Hunter-Killer Submarine Set To Join Navy

    Third Made-In-India Hunter-Killer Submarine Set To Join Navy

    Marking a generational shift in submarine operations, the Indian Navy launched the third Scorpene class submarine, Karanj, at the Mazagaon dock in Mumbai on Wednesday. Navy Chief Admrial Sunil Lanba was the chief guest in the event at Mazagon Dock.

  • "Fired In Desperate Situation": Army Sources On Death Of 2 Men In Kashmir

    "Fired In Desperate Situation": Army Sources On Death Of 2 Men In Kashmir

    Army sources today said that its soldiers, charged with murder over the death of two civilians in firing on protesters at a village in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian, "opened fire in a desperate situation". A crowd of protesters injured a soldier with stones and "threatened to burn" him, the Army sources said amid a massive political row between the s...

  • Air Show, Women Daredevils Watched By 10 World Leaders On Republic Day

    Air Show, Women Daredevils Watched By 10 World Leaders On Republic Day

    India celebrated its 69th Republic Day today with a record 10 heads of state, from ASEAN or the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, watching the grand parade with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Rajpath, the ceremonial road in the heart of Delhi. The leaders, sporting crimson Indian scarves, sat on a 100-foot stage enclosed by bullet-proof glas...

  • NDTV Exclusive: Reopen Files On IAF's 1971 Attack On Pak Airbase, Say 2 Military Legends

    NDTV Exclusive: Reopen Files On IAF's 1971 Attack On Pak Airbase, Say 2 Military Legends

    After new details emerged of one of the most successful ground attack missions in the history of the Indian Air Force, two distinguished veterans, both legends in their own right, believe that the Air Headquarters needs to re-open its file on the IAF strike mission to Murid in Pakistan during the 1971 war and credit some of the pilots who have neve...

  • Exclusive Details Of How Air Force Raided A Pak Air Base, Destroyed 5 Jets

    Exclusive Details Of How Air Force Raided A Pak Air Base, Destroyed 5 Jets

    On December 8, 1971, four young Indian fighter pilots scything their way through enemy airspace were greeted by a sight almost too good to be true - several Pakistan Air Force (PAF) transports and fighter jets were out in the open at Murid airbase which they had been tasked to attack. The PAF had been caught off-guard and Squadron Leader RN Bharad...

  • Full-Fledged Chinese Military Complex In Doklam, Show Satellite Pics

    Full-Fledged Chinese Military Complex In Doklam, Show Satellite Pics

    A massive, full-fledged Chinese military complex is being built within Doklam, show new satellite images five months after India and China ended a 70-day standoff in the region that lies to the east of Sikkim.

  • Defence Minister Sitharaman Flies In Sukhoi Jet In 45-Minute Sortie

    Defence Minister Sitharaman Flies In Sukhoi Jet In 45-Minute Sortie

    Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman strapped herself into a G-suit today and became the second Indian woman leader to go on a sortie on a Sukhoi-30 fighter jet. The supersonic jet took off for the 45-minute ride from the Jodhpur Air Force station this morning. After landing, the 58-year-old minister said the experience was "eye-opening and memorabl...

  • In Rs 3,547 Crore Deal, Assault Rifles, Carbines Purchase Fast-Tracked

    In Rs 3,547 Crore Deal, Assault Rifles, Carbines Purchase Fast-Tracked

    A top government panel led by Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Tuesday decided to purchase 1,66,000 assault rifles and battle carbines, the basic weapon used by soldiers, on a fast track basis for the armed forces.

  • On Camera, Indian Chinese Soldiers Shake Hands, End Transgression Row

    On Camera, Indian Chinese Soldiers Shake Hands, End Transgression Row

    Indian and Chinese soldiers are seen shaking hands to resolve a dispute in a video apparently taken a few days ago in a remote part of Arunachal Pradesh, where Chinese construction workers entered one km into Indian territory before they were stopped.

  • Blog: Why The Army's Arjun Tank May Be Its Best Bet Yet

    Blog: Why The Army's Arjun Tank May Be Its Best Bet Yet

    For years, cherry-picked data on the Arjun tank's faults seemed to highlight a series of seemingly insurmountable obstacles - the tank was too heavy, it wasn't reliable and it couldn't fire an anti-tank missile. This is all true, but was this reason enough to stifle the growth of the indigenously built tank?

  • Defence Ministry Withdraws Controversial Order Seen To Downgrade Military Officers

    Defence Ministry Withdraws Controversial Order Seen To Downgrade Military Officers

    In a move long demanded by the armed forces, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has withdrawn a 2016 which appeared to downgrade the rank and status of armed forces officers as compared to their civilian counterparts within the defence ministry.

  • Airlines Pulled Up For Misbehaviour By Staff, Long Check-In Queues: 10 Facts

    Airlines Pulled Up For Misbehaviour By Staff, Long Check-In Queues: 10 Facts

    In a stinging indictment of the aviation sector in the country, a parliamentary standing committee has hit out strongly at both the government and airlines such as IndiGo and Jet. Consumers are at the mercy of the private airlines for any kind of services, the panel headed by Trinamool Congress' Derek O'Brien said, and went on to fault the governme...

  • India Cancels $500 Million Deal For Israeli Anti-Tank Missiles

    India Cancels $500 Million Deal For Israeli Anti-Tank Missiles

    India has cancelled a $ 500 million deal to buy 1,600 Spike anti-tank guided missiles from Israel, the Israeli state-owned defence contractor Rafael Advanced Defence Systems.said on Wednesday.

  • Government To Stick To Rs 10,000 Study Fund Limit For Soldiers' Children

    Government To Stick To Rs 10,000 Study Fund Limit For Soldiers' Children

    Ignoring an appeal from the senior-most armed forces chief, the government has decided to not review the decision to cap the education expenditure of children of soldiers killed or disabled in action. In a statement in parliament on Tuesday, the Defence Ministry has said that 2,679 students were availing the scheme, of which 193 students have been ...

  • Watch India's Deadliest Sub INS Kalvari Dive Underwater, Shoot Missiles

    Watch India's Deadliest Sub INS Kalvari Dive Underwater, Shoot Missiles

    As the Indian Navy celebrates 50 years of its submarine operations, it has released footage of INS Kalvari - India's deadliest Scorpene class submarine - undergoing sea trials. The French-designed submarine was commissioned into the Navy by Prime Minister Narendra Modi earlier this month.

  • Hitting An Enemy Missile With A Missile, Dramatic Video Of A Spectacular Direct Hit

    Hitting An Enemy Missile With A Missile, Dramatic Video Of A Spectacular Direct Hit

    An interceptor missile streaks towards its target - a ballistic missile - Star Wars style, and scores a direct hit. NDTV has accessed footage of India's successful test on Thursday of an indigenous ballistic missile system. The missile was guided towards the incoming ballistic missile by a series of ground-based radars before activating its own see...

  • Army Commandos Cross Line of Control, Hit Pakistani Post: Sources

    Army Commandos Cross Line of Control, Hit Pakistani Post: Sources

    Five army commandos of the "Ghatak" battalion crossed the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch on Monday evening and killed four Pakistani soldiers, senior officials confirmed to NDTV today. This was to avenge the killing of four Indian soldiers including a Major by a Border Action Team of the Pakistan Army in Rajouri on Saturday, said sou...

  • 4 Soldiers Killed By Pak Troops In Jammu, Bodies Mutilated, Say Sources

    4 Soldiers Killed By Pak Troops In Jammu, Bodies Mutilated, Say Sources

    An officer of the Indian Army and three soldiers were killed and their bodies mutilated by Pakistan's Border Action Team or BAT in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district on Saturday, army sources told NDTV. Pakistan troops infiltrated almost 400 metres across the Line of Control to target Indian Army soldiers, sources said.

  • Government Paves Way For Rs 60,000-Crore Deal To Buy 83 Tejas Fighter Jets

    Government Paves Way For Rs 60,000-Crore Deal To Buy 83 Tejas Fighter Jets

    The government has paved the way for the manufacture of 83 indigenous Tejas Mk-1A Light Combat aircraft by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited in a deal which is likely to be worth close to Rs 60,000 crores.

  • Training Over, India's First 3 Women Fighter Pilots Fly MiGs And Hawks

    Training Over, India's First 3 Women Fighter Pilots Fly MiGs And Hawks

    Less than two years after they were commissioned into the Indian Air Force as India's first women fighter pilots, Flying Officers Bhawana Kanth, Mohana Singh and Avani Chaturvedi have now joined their respective squadrons.

  • Best Example Of 'Make in India', Says PM Modi As INS Kalvari Joins Navy

    Best Example Of 'Make in India', Says PM Modi As INS Kalvari Joins Navy

    As he commissioned the INS Kalvari into the Navy today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called it an "excellent example of Make-in-India".

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